Storm King's Summer Solstice Party Was An Art Pagan's Dream

by Geneva Hutcheson · June 20, 2016

Today is the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, which means more time for sunlit debauchery before the night darkens and winter begins to edge onto our collective periphery. This past Saturday, Storm King Art Center threw an Al Fresco Benefit Dinner to celebrate the solar peak of summer. The evening featured a viewing of Dennis Oppenheim: Terrestrial Studio and Outlooks: Josephine Halvorson and a South Western (you know, home of the vortex, and all things vaguely spiritual) themed dinner. Click through for an inside look at the festivities. 

[Photo via @Benjamin Lozovsky/]